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From Michael Felt <>
Subject Re: building httpd-2.0.63 on AIX 6.1 - stuck: make install fails after buildconf
Date Sun, 20 Dec 2009 13:09:58 GMT
new question: is this a problem?
I first had --enable-module=so and changed that to --enable-modules=so

Both are giving a warning message:

checking for APR... reconfig
configuring package in srclib/apr now
configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: --enable-modules,
checking build system type... powerpc-ibm-aix6.1.3.0
checking host system type... powerpc-ibm-aix6.1.3.0
checking target system type... powerpc-ibm-aix6.1.3.0
Configuring APR library
Platform: powerpc-ibm-aix6.1.3.0
checking for working mkdir -p... yes
APR Version: 0.9.17

On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Michael Felt <> wrote:

> I have considered that, but until I better understand how configure, make
> and libtool are suppossed to work together, I prefer leaving things, as much
> as possible, as they are.
> Could it be a problem that I have "make installed" apr and apr-util for
> httpd-2.2? This is another aspect of the different versions of apache I do
> not really understand - specifically - which version(s) of apr are
> supported/compatible.
> At the moment I am thinking of just copying this file (and perhaps others
> as I come to them)  to the location "demanded".
> What I consider unfortunate, and again unsure of where the exact problem
> lies - or I would try to work out a patch - is that the make install worked
> fine before the buildconf - but the wrong file extensions for the modules
> (.a rather than .so) are generated, where after buildconf - the correct
> files are made, but make install is broken.
> On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 4:31 AM, Eric Covener <> wrote:
>> On 12/19/09, Michael Felt <> wrote:
>> >  cc: 1501-228 input file /usr/local/apache2/lib/
>> You need to backtrack to the "make install" of the bundled APR, as
>> this is what apr-util is complaining about.    You might find it
>> easier to build against an installed, rather than a bundled, APR to
>> simplify/separate.
>> --
>> Eric Covener

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